Definition of Coosins
1. coosin [v] - See also: coosin
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Literary usage of Coosins
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Leadbeater Papers: A Selection from the Mss. and Correspondence of Mary by Melesina (Chenevix) St. George Trench, George Crabbe, Edmund Burke, Mary Leadbeater (1862)
"Primitive "coosins" in Selby.—Return of Tom Eyre from the war. Death of his brother Sam.—Travellers' tales.—His ideas on the management of the war—and on ..."
2. The Leadbeater Papers by Mary Leadbeater, George Crabbe, Edmund Burke (1862)
"Primitive " coosins" in Selby.—Return of Tom Eyre from the war.—Death of his brother Sam—Travellers' tales.—His ideas on the management of the war—and on ..."
3. The Fortnightly Review (1872)
"coosins! " replied the head, wagging itself. It was clearly necessary that ... coosins! " said Andy Gowran, stepping from behind the rock and showing his ..."